Monthly Archives: May 2016

Let’s Talk Suicide 

We need to talk about suicide. And I mean really talk openly about it. None of the hushed up whispering about it, pussy-footing around the subject. Fuck stigma. People are dying. Every single day, we lose someone. Because we won’t … Continue reading

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Who Am I? 

Struggling with identity has always been an issue for me since childhood. I never knew where I fit in because nothing ever felt right. I always felt awkward in whatever social circle I happened to be in – and I … Continue reading

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I knew this time was going to be difficult.  I knew that I was stuffing everything that had been happening since September into a place in my mind and detaching myself as best as I could from the pain and … Continue reading

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Getting Unstuck

For years, I’ve been stuck. Following the same old pattern of giving myself and my love unconditionally to people that don’t really deserve it. At least, to people who don’t reciprocate in my opinion. I think that it all goes … Continue reading

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Hustle As Hard As You Hate 

Hustle as Hard as You Hate  In the community of mental illness, you come across a great number of warriors, all at a different place in the journey. Some are just beginning – having recently gained an awareness of their … Continue reading

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Architects & Lamplighters 

Originally delivered as a speech at the City of Edmonton, May 3, 2016.  “Good evening. My name is Wendy Enberg. Thank you for being here to listen to my story about living with mental illness and how I’ve come to … Continue reading

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